Category Manosphere

Manosphere Mondays #7: An Irony of the Manosphere

It’s been a while, but inspired by discussions I’ve been having with some friends of mine, I thought I’d offer a quick bit of manosphere-related silliness for you today, loyal readers. I’ll be briefly talking about a concept the manosphere (and the alt-right in general, for that matter) is so fond of: “The Red Pill.” […]

Why I Don’t Fear Elliot Rodgers, and What We Should Have Done About Him

The manospherians/misogynists have been going full damage control in the wake of the Isla Vista shootings. They’ve been trying pretty hard to punt him out of their camp. I can’t say I entirely blame them. No-one wants to be associated with lunatics, regardless of whether or not they actually are. But the really weird thing […]

Misogyny and Misandry

This entry will be the second-to-last of my Elliot Rodgers/misogyny series. After the next one, I’m gonna stay away from gender-related topics for a while, I’m already getting sick of ‘em. But here, I’ll be a little more positive…to start with, at least. I want to talk about something I read in a buddy’s blog […]

The Futility of Appeasement

A quick look at a fairly distasteful subject today, my friends. A lot of people who, if not part of the “manosphere,” seem sympathetic to it, are claiming Elliot’s rampage wouldn’t have happened if the “sexual marketplace” wasn’t so horribly “oppressive” for guys like him. Roosh V made this very argument; you can read a […]

Giving Up on Misogyny

I’m not particularly fond of talking about the manosphere on this blog, or speaking on its related ideas and concepts, of which misogyny is one. It can be an interesting exercise on occasion, but I had believed it unwise to spend too much time and energy on such matters. That’s why I only posted about […]

Manosphere Mondays #6: Book Recommendation

Haven’t caught much manosphere/MGTOW stuff recently that really interested me, but I do have a book recommendation for y’all that’s related to some manosphere issues. It’s “Freedom Is Not Enough: The Moynihan Report and America’s Struggle over Black Family Life–from LBJ to Obama” by James T. Patterson. I might do a full book review later, […]

Manosphere Mondays #5: Some of my favorite quotes

On a trip at the moment and a bit busy, my friends, so this Manosphere Monday’s gonna be pretty quick. Here’s a collection of amusing quotes I’ve gathered from all across the Internet which capture most of my feelings about the whole manosphere/MGTOW scene. Some of them are from 4chan’s /r9k/ and /pol/ boards, which […]